Trump's Mental Health – Now the Worst Case Scenario

The moment we feared has come: in a real emergency, the president’s
inability to stay with reality and to resist the need to conform the
world to what is in his head will now result in a tangible loss of
lives.  People are asking: Is the president capable of functioning in a

Conservative pundits seek villains to blame amid coronavirus outbreak

Laura Ingraham, Rush Limbaugh and others have less to say about the spread of the virus than concern for how the news coverage of it affects President Trump. In
fact, many conservative commentators have expressed less interest in
the spread of the virus or efforts to combat it than in the story of the virus — a story they are convinced shows bias designed to harm President Trump.

Trump Administration Restricts Entry Into U.S. From China

Moving to counter the spreading coronavirus
outbreak, the Trump administration said Friday that it would bar entry
by most foreign nationals who had recently visited China and put some
American travelers under a quarantine as it declared a rare public health emergency.

The Facts on Trump's Travel Restrictions

President Donald Trump has made a number of misleading statements about his decision on Jan. 31 to impose travel restrictions related to the novel coronavirus epidemic.

US's global reputation hits rock-bottom over Trump's coronavirus response

Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, which he once
dismissed as a hoax, has been fiercely criticised at home as woefully
inadequate to the point of irresponsibility. Yet also thanks
largely to Trump, a parallel disaster is unfolding across the world: the
ruination of America’s reputation as a safe, trustworthy, competent
international leader and partner.

DOJ Wants to Suspend Constitutional Rights for Coronavirus Emergency

The Trump Department of Justice
has asked Congress to craft legislation allowing chief judges to
indefinitely hold people without trial and suspend other
constitutionally-protected rights during coronavirus and other emergencies, according to a report by Politico’s Betsy Woodruff Swan.

Covid-19 means people are losing health insurance just when they may get sick.

More than 17 million people have filed for unemployment in the past four weeks as the novel coronavirus
continues to drive the U.S. economy into recession. That means that
millions are or soon will be without health insurance, and millions more
will struggle to pay premiums and co-pays on insurance they do have.
This puts even more pressure on hospital systems — already under
enormous financial strain — because they are required to treat all
patients with emergency conditions, including the uninsured.